[MORPHMET] semilandmarks in MorphoJ

2014-09-26 Thread Damien Esquerre
Hi, I have a dataset with combined landmarks and semilandmarks (which are very necessary in this data). I have slided and superimposed the semilandmarks in tpsRelw. Now I want to do some analyses in MorphoJ, and I know this software does not support semilandmarks...but is it correct to do the

Re: [MORPHMET] allometry and phylogeny

2016-06-30 Thread Damien Esquerre
wrote: > > Damien Esquerre Gheur <damien.esque...@anu.edu.au> wrote: > >> Dear morphometricians, >> >> >> I have a pretty big dataset of specimens for most species of pythons >> encompassing most of the size range for every species. I have been

[MORPHMET] Size correction keeping allometry with linear morphometrics

2016-09-08 Thread Damien Esquerre
) and logging each measurement (taken from Claude 2013, Hystrix; based on Mosimman 1970). Seems to do the job, but was wandering what are the general thoughts on this or if there is a better way... Thank you very much! Damien Esquerre -- MORPHMET may be accessed via its webpage at http

[MORPHMET] digitising 2D landmarks on Mac

2017-03-16 Thread Damien Esquerre
Hi Morphmet community, I would like advice on the best option for digitising landmarks and semi-landmarks on photographs on a Mac. I use TpsDig on windows which I like a lot but would like to avoid installing a virtual machine since now I don't have access to Windows. What the opinions on

[MORPHMET] allometry and phylogeny

2016-06-30 Thread Damien Esquerre Gheur
Dear morphometricians, I have a pretty big dataset of specimens for most species of pythons encompassing most of the size range for every species. I have been projecting the allometric trajectories and doing pairwise slope comparisons and things like that in Geomorph. However, it seems very